Award-winning gospel musician Tatenda Mahachi last week gave a scintillating performance that spiced up the Kings Outreach Ministry International all-night crusade held in Durban, South Africa.
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Mahachi — who has won the hearts of many South Africans, thanks to his close association with the late gospel music sensation S’fiso Ncwane — was in a class of his own when he performed before a full house at the church, which is owned by top Nigerian preacher Reverend Kingsley Onyemauche.
“Surely, it was a night not to forget and this was one of my best performances in years,” Mahachi said.
Mahachi opened his act with what looks like the South Africans’ favourite Naye Jesu and went on to churn out hit after hit including Ichokwadi, Daira and Ndinoda Jesu.
“I now view South Africa as my second home with the big support and response I am getting from the South Africans,” the Ndisiye hit maker said.
Mahachi is not new to the South African stage having performed at numerous festivals in that country, particularly in Durban where he had collaborations with Ncwane.
Last year, the Karoi-born singer graced the annual Kings Outreach Ministry International all-night crusade where he shared the stage with several musicians drawn from across the continent.
Kings Outreach Ministry International is headquartered in South Africa with assemblies across Africa.
Mahachi plans to release his fifth album titled Magnifier early next year.